For the thin end of some eyebrows it may be better for you to just
paint only the thick part of the eyebrow and then remove the stencil.
Use a french curve(available in most art stores, you want the hard plastic
ones, not the bendable ones) to finish the curve of the brow or free
Sometimes the sticky back label or the tape’s adhesive may be
too gummy and strong to put on the doll’s face. If you’re
afraid that the stencil will adhere too strongly to the doll and want
the tape less sticky, gently pat the sticky side of the stencil against
your clothes once or twice. The sticker will pick up lint and not be
as sticky. Paper tape or painter’s tape is also often made to
be not as sticky and easy to remove.
You can always make your own stencil by hand by drawing the eyebrow
and copying it to tape with carbon paper! Change the look by cutting
out the eyebrows seperately and flipping them upside down, left to right,
or scewing them! They were measured on an SD13 old style F-28’s
These are meant to be printed out at 72 DPI and should be about 3 3/4
inches across. You can resize them as you need if you want to use it
on a smaller or larger head.